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Old 26.07.2012, 11:55
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Re: US IRS helps itself to Swiss income

Ahhh it was all well and good when they were proud to display their Blue book and claim themselves a citizen of the land of the free.

But when they find out that subjects them to the tax laws of the chosen land they're up in arms.

Don't get me wrong, as it is my profession I can comfortably say I find the US tax laws aggressive, but they are the laws. If a dual citizen who has never set foot in the US doesn't like it, then give up your passport and take issue with your parents for giving you this luxury.
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